Labor activism can improve living and working conditions for all people at UMass.
The student organization is petitioning for the abortion pill to be available at UHS.
Gender Liberation Union organizers discuss progress made over the past day.
University Health Services combats influenza with walk-in clinics to administer flu vaccines.
Jessica Primavera outlines how to recognize the signs of a stroke, which can potentially save someone’s life.
Hormone replacement therapy for transitioning students is covered under the Student Health Benefit Plan.
Experts presented research and findings to community and answered questions from audience.
Women’s Health Clinic opens after being rated as an essential service.
UHS director to retire after 33-year career
Dr. Pierre Rouzier of University Health Services was at the finish line when the bombs went off. He texted his family before running to help the wounded.
A diverse panel of speakers gathered at the campus center for an
event titled: “Where’s the Love 101? Let’s Talk About Sex!”
Collegian columnist Lauren Vincent laments the cuts being made to University Health Services
After students and faculty protested proposed changes to University Health Services, a new special committee was formed to evaluate the effects of the proposed changes.
This week, Collegian readers write on the changes at University Health Services, changes to the campus, changes in Penn State football, and the notorious Daily Collegian horoscopes.
Bernette A. Daly, Executive Director of University Health Services, responds to the the story on the operational changes at UHS.
Students unhappy with the recent cuts and changes to UHS marched to the building in protest.
University Health Services will be reducing its services and Collegian columnist Mike Tudoreanu investigates the reasons why.
New support and therapy groups are being offered this semester by the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health, a division of the University Health Services.
New support and therapy groups have been established at University Health Services this semester.